The amount of water on Earth hasn't ever really changed.
Since the atmosphere and oceans formed,
the volume of water on our planet has remained relatively constant.
That limited amount of water is what sustains all of us, and
NASA's prediction for the next 100 years is for both drought and flooding conditions to worsen
across the globe, with water scarcity become more severe globablly.
How much water is really available?
If shortages are a problem, what can be done?
As an individual, what kind of impact can any of us make?
It actually takes less than you would think...
That's enough to fill over 535 TRILLION Olympic-sized swimming pools.
The majority of freshwater is frozen or underground.
Can you make it?